CNH Industrial unveiled future organization and top managers of the newco Iveco Group, the on-highway spin-off that is expected to start activity in early 2022. As previously stated, Iveco Group (here’s the newly-unveiled logo) will gather together brands like IVECO, FPT Industrial (engines), Iveco Bus, Astra, Magirus (firefighting vehicles) and more.

“With this structure in place, we are ready to embark on our exciting future. It provides clarity from the start and from the top, placing customer-centricity at its core and setting forth a high-performing team with well-defined roles and accountabilities that mutually complement each other. Its design will generate a positive ripple effect down to the further layers of the organization, driving our sharp focus on key business goals and identifying the best means for serving our customers, cooperating with our partnersand rewarding our shareholders”, said Gerrit Marx, designated CEO of Iveco Group.

More into details, the following individuals have been appointed to the Senior Leadership Team:

Business Units 

Truck – Luca Sra, President 

Bus – Domenico Nucera, President 

Powertrain – Sylvain Blaise, President 

Defence Vehicles & ASTRA – Claudio Catalano, President 

Firefighting – Thomas Hilse, President 

Financial Services – Simone Olivati, President 

Support & Industrial Functions 

Finance – Francesco Tanzi, Chief Financial Officer 

Operations – Annalisa Stupenengo, Chief Operations Officer 

Technology & Digital – Marco Liccardo, Chief Technology & Digital Officer 

Human Resources & ICT – Francesco Tutino, Chief Human Resources & ICT Officer 

Corporate Functions 

Institutional Relations & Sustainability – Michele Ziosi, Senior Vice President

Communications – Francesco Polsinelli, Senior Vice President 

The Legal & Compliance and Internal Audit appointments will be announced at a later date.

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